Sue Bradley RHS Level 2 Diploma in Practical Horticulture; Diploma and Proficiency Certificate from the National Council for the Training of Journalists
I love writing about gardening, plants, food, wildlife and people. I've been a professional writer for 30 years and am an all-rounder with an eye for accuracy, originality and deadlines. I have a keen nose for a story and put it to good use in finding original features, many of which are about fascinating people with lots of great advice to pass on.
I have written for Amateur Gardening, The English Garden, Country Homes and Interiors, Period Living, Inside Horticulture (HTA), British Farmer & Grower and Cotswold Life, I now edit Herefordshire & Monmouthshire Living alongside my freelance garden writing work.
I have a wildlife-friendly allotment on which I grow fruit and vegetables and try out different time-saving techniques for busy gardeners.
I play the violin and am a member of Cranham Village Orchestra.
I' organise of Bisley Fete, which is run alongside a traditional village flower show. I'm a champion Victoria sandwich baker and jam maker
I'm especially interested in the role gardening plays in child development, health, well being and rehabilitation, and encouraging wildlife.